Hannah Kinsey

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Academic Background

In 2016, Hannah began her PhD at the UEA under the supervision of Prof. David Wright to design, implement and evaluate a ward placement for hospital pre-registration pharmacists. The ward placement developed as part of her PhD has since been adopted at hospitals across England. Hannah is currently seeking to recruit more hospitals to adopt the ward placement, if this is something you might be interested in, please get in touch with Hannah.

As a part of her PhD, Hannah has also developed a series of bespoke Workplace Assessment Tools for pre-registration pharmacists which are freely available for pre-registration pharmacists and their tutors to use. For more information and to view and/or use these workplace assessment tools, please see the 'Activities' tab.

In 2019, Hannah was appointed as a Lecturer in Pharmacy Practice whose primary role is to support the teaching and research activities of the East of England pre-registration pharmacist training programme.

Hannah is part of the Pharmacy Education Research group at the UEA and continues to practise as a pharmacist.  Her research interests include design-based research, longitudinal qualitative research and pharmacy education. Hannah is keen to develop further research collaborations, please feel free to get in touch with her if this is something you would like to discuss.

Professional Activities

Workplace Assessment Tools

Workplace assessment tools have been used in the education and training of healthcare professionals, including pharmacists, for a number of years. Workplace assessment tools are designed to support learners to gather feedback on performance to identify areas for future learning. 

A series of workplace assessment tools have been designed by Hannah to be used in pre-registration pharmacist training in the UK. These tools have been mapped to the GPhC performance standards, thus enabling pre-registration pharmacists to use them to gather constructive feedback on performance and use them as evidence for the GPhC portfolio.

Included below is a short summary of guidance on using the tools and the tools themselves in both PDF and Word format. It is recommended that the short guidance document is read first and that pre-registration pharmacists discuss using these tools with their pre-registration tutor. 

We are always looking to improve our workplace assessment tools so if you have any constructive feedback for how the tools could be developed further, please get in touch with Hannah.

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